Rebel Wilson launches new Fluid dating app "for everyone"

Dallas, Texas - Pitch Perfect star Rebel Wilson wants to help you widen your dating pool. The Australian-born actor is launching a new dating app designed to help curious singles of any sexual orientation to match and meet new people.

Rebel Wilson has unveiled her latest project, a dating app for those "anywhere on the LGBTQIA+ spectrum" or preferring "not to put a label on your sexuality."
Rebel Wilson has unveiled her latest project, a dating app for those "anywhere on the LGBTQIA+ spectrum" or preferring "not to put a label on your sexuality."  © Instagram/fluiddating

Fluid might be your best bet if you're looking for new love.

The new dating app will use the "latest matchmaking technology and an advanced filtering algorithm" to help users connect with prospective friends, hookups, dates, and significant others without the restraints of a person's immutable sexuality.

"Whether you’re straight, queer, questioning, heteroflexible, bisexual, pansexual, gay, lesbian, open to exploring, anywhere on the LGBTQIA+ spectrum, or you prefer not to put a label on your sexuality, Fluid is for you, regardless of your sexual identity," reads the app's description. "Everyone belongs to the Fluid community."

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"What’s really cool is, it’s open to everyone," Wilson, one of the app’s cofounders, told People.

The star announced her engagement to clothing designer Ramona Agruma on Sunday, adding that she wished the app "was around five years ago."

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Fluid app co-founders (from l. to r.) Alexandra Cooper, Carly Steel, and Rebel Wilson.
Fluid app co-founders (from l. to r.) Alexandra Cooper, Carly Steel, and Rebel Wilson.  © Instagram/fluiddating

Wilson made her relationship with Agruma Instagram official back in June.

"I thought I was searching for a Disney Prince… but maybe what I really needed all this time was a Disney Princess," Wilson wrote at the time, sharing a photo of the couple, adding two heart emojis, a Pride rainbow, and the hashtag #loveislove.

An app like Fluid "would have really helped me and maybe I would have stumbled upon a female’s profile and been like, 'OK, maybe I do want to message them,'" the 42-year-old told People.

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"I never thought I was 100% straight," she said. "I don’t quite know how to define my sexuality, but I do know there’s a lot of people out there that don’t want to totally define it either."

Wilson is also a new mom to 3-month-old baby Royce Lillian, born via surrogate in November. She said she was "shocked" to realize how "deep" and "instant" her connection with Agruma was — when until then she thought she was "really looking for a husband."

Fluid, which is expected to be available in the App Store in the coming weeks,

Cover photo: Collage: Instagram/fluiddating

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